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Conan O'Brien Joins Twitter; Is ChatRoulette Next?

 If you're with Coco, now you can follow him, too.

Conan O'Brien, fresh from the end of his run as star of NBC's Tonight Show, has followed in Ashton Kutcher's steps and set up his Twitter account earlier today (can a visit to ChatRoulette be far behind?). He already has 135,706 followers and 3,175 lists. With one tweet.

Makes sense. O'Brien was hobbled in some ways by his appeal to young people who spend a lot of time on the Internet - and are fickle television viewers at best. As a result, he couldn't quite build up a large enough audience relative to Jay Leno on the Tonight Show (though I much preferred it under his reign).

If he can find a way to meld soc-nets and television, including original online content, he may find the advertisers - and audience - he's been looking for.

At least, here's hoping.

Read more, here.





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